Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Wednesday

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From Major League Baseball for Wednesday August 3rd are two games over national television to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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There will be day baseball and it begins at 2:20PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Chicago Cubs will host the Miami Marlins. On the mound for the Cubs will be righty John Lackey as he will oppose Marlins right hander Tom Koehler. Game 1 of this series was won by Chicago by the score of 5-0 as a -170 favorite. The team got a complete nine inning effort by Kyle Hendricks who gave some rest to the bullpen. Conley only worked four innings for the Marlins. With the win in Game 1 of this series the Chicago Cubs have now won five of their past six games. Tom Koehler has won his past two starts for Miami. He last worked on July 26th at home to Philadelphia where he allowed no earned runs and three hits over six innings in a 5-0 victory. Lackey broke a personal two game losing streak in his last start on July 28th as he allowed one earned run and four hits over six innings in a 3-1 home victory to the White Sox.

On ESPN Wednesday Night Baseball it’s a battle of New York as the Yankees are home to the Mets at 7PM Eastern Time. The Mets will send left hander Steven Matz to the mound. The teams met for the opener of this four game interleague series on Monday and it was the Yankees winning in extra innings by the score of 6-5. The Yankees moved to one game over .500 while the Mets fell to 54-51. Ivan Nova was originally penciled as the Yankees starter for this game but rumors are swirling that he will be moved to the Pirates. Matz for the Mets has dropped four of his past five starts. He appeared on July 26th at home to Colorado where he allowed two earned runs and ten hits in six innings of work in a 6-1 defeat.

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